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About Miss B

Miss B's Student Services organisation works hard to ensure a high standard of student engagement and involves a creative approach to teaching to ensure understanding and engagement.


Catherine Byers is the owner and principal tutor of Miss B's Student Services. 


She has a Bachelor of Education from the University of Tasmania, a Post Graduate Certificate in Education and a Masters of Education from the University of Southern Queensland, a Graduate Certificate in Education Studies from Murdoch University, a Teaching English as a Foreign Language Educators certificate from TEFL USA and a Certificate III in Children’s Services.


In addition to the above education and child care qualifications, she also has an Associate Diploma of Music Australia, from the Australian Music Examination Board, a Diploma of Arts from the University of Southern Queensland and a Diploma of Tourism from TAFE NSW. 

Her career experiences in teaching have taken her to national and international schools including Sweden and Cronulla during 2008. In 2010 and 2011, she was employed by the Department of Education and Training Western Australia, working in a remote aboriginal school as head of music and arts. 

In 2012 she taught music at St Joseph’s Catholic College in Harrow, London. Since returning from London, she developed Miss B's Student Services to assist students that have, for various reasons fallen behind in their learning or who require extension on current school curriculum. 

Miss B's Student Services has grown an exponential amount since establishing in 2013. Miss B's Student Services has helped hundreds of students feel confident and engaged with their learning. Miss B's Student Services isn’t just creating confident and engaged learners and performers; they are creating respectful and empathetic citizens of the future.

Catherine was rewarded for her business efforts in 2019 when Miss B's Student Services was awarded the honour of becoming a finalist in the 2019 Telstra Business Awards in the Social Change Maker category; placing Miss B's Student Services in the top 2% of businesses in Australia. 

"Two of my most valued career achievements thus far, have been the recognition of my work engaging students in classroom situations. In 2007 I was awarded a pre service science teachers training award from the University of Tasmania and in 2011 I was awarded a NEITA ASG Inspirational Teaching Award by the members of my school community in Meekatharra. I was proud to receive these awards and utilize the award process as a method of reflection on my current practise and ways this could be further improved." 

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